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Contemporary theoretical methods have pressured critics to reconsider many obtained notions concerning the importance of up to date parodic job. This research locations parody firmly (if mockingly) the place it belongs: on the centre of the literary-creative technique within the literature of the 17th and Eighteenth centuries.

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